Congressman Lamborn to Serve in Leadership of the Values Action Team for the 117th Congress
Washington D.C.- Congressman Doug Lamborn (CO-05) will serve as a co-chair for the House Values Action Team Caucus (VAT) for the 117th Congress. The Values Action Team is a group dedicated to protecting religious freedom, the sanctity of life, and traditional family values. Congressman Lamborn has served as a VAT member during his entire tenure in the U.S. House of Representatives. For the 117th Congress, Congresswoman Hartzler will continue to serve as the chairwoman for the Values Action Team. Representatives Aderholt and Hice will join Representative Lamborn as co-chairs.
"I am humbled to once again serve as the co-chair for the Values Action Team," Lamborn said. "I remain dedicated to protecting our faith, family, and traditional values and will oppose efforts by House Democrats who are pushing for policies that erode our Judeo-Christian heritage. I consider it a great honor to be chosen for the VAT leadership team, and I look forward to working with Chairwoman Hartzler and the entirety of the Values Action Team."
"It is one of the greatest honors of my House career to once again serve as Chair of the Values Action Team alongside VAT co-chair Rep. Doug Lamborn," Hartzler said. "VAT's unbending commitment to the critical issues of our time would not be possible without voices like Doug's and those of my esteemed colleagues. I appreciate his leadership on Capitol Hill on issues of faith, family, and religious freedom, and I look forward to continuing to stand strong for these principles alongside Doug and the VAT team and being a strong voice for faith, family, and life in Congress."
VAT is a registered Congressional Member Organization with a membership of over 100 Members of the House. VAT Members of Congress partner with like-minded citizen groups to achieve common legislative and administrative goals safeguarding women and children, supporting the institution of marriage, and ensuring First Amendment freedoms for all Americans.